Boo, I hate recap episodes, but what can you do. This one actually wasn’t half bad, considering this season of Survivor is full of drams anyway. As we look back, we recall when tribes were split as young vs. old, how alliances were formed and how power struggles played out . How quickly I forgot about Jimmy Johnson and Jimmy T, who was totally jealous of the attention his celeb Jimmy twin was getting. Or how Holly went crazy and ditched Dan’s expensive shoes in the ocean. We also saw Marty’s rise to power on the old tribe, as well as Brenda and Sash on the younger tribe.

Several people have been eliminated from the game, and nine people remain in the million dollar mission. After watching the recap, we get a little more insight and a bit of a reminder about how each of these individuals got to where they did. I’ve listed the rundown on each of the remaining competitors as to what their strategy has been and what’s working for them.

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The lead singer of Guns & Roses, Axl Rose is suing Guitar Hero maker Activision for a whopping $20 million. Why you ask? Well, they’ve apparently violated a deal to where they were not supposed to include imagery of Slash or his band Velvet Revolver in ‘Guitar Hero III.’

“[Activision] began spinning a web of lies and deception to conceal its true intentions to not only feature Slash and [Velvet Revolver] prominently in ‘GH III’ but also promote the game by emphasizing and reinforcing an association between Slash and Guns N’ Roses and the band’s song ‘Welcome to the Jungle.’”

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Following Dirty Dancing star Jennifer Grey’s triumph on DWTS, The Black Eyed Peas continue on with their “future flow” in their just released video for their remake of the Dirty Dancing theme song, “The Time“. Directed by Rich Lee, the video features all four members of the Peas (sometimes their full bodies, and sometimes their face on a screen…on a body) having the time of their life dancing away. They even each get an avatar of themselves that grooves to the dirty bit as well.

For the dirty bits, the video takes us into the club where dancers shake what their momma gave them, while some of the Peas turn pixelated! This is something I haven’t seen before in a video, and it certainly should be the Peas to use it first, with their whole futuristic them and everything. The video is really cool and I love the them with the screens as heads. Their performance on Oprah was amazing, using the same idea.

Do you like the song? I’ve heard mixed reviews from people. I figure you might as well start to like it as it’s gonna be one of those songs we hear non stop for a year…like “I Gotta Feeling“.

Check out the futuristic video after the jump…

Ultra Naté Chats With Homorazzi

In: Interviews, Music, Tyrell

This past weekend, Brian, Donovan, Patrick and myself got a chance to head to Celebrities Nightclub to meet and chat with one of the biggest and best dance music divas out there, ULTRA NATÉ. Before meeting her, I took a minute to review myself on some of her greatest hits and videos on YouTube and wow, this girl has one of the best soulful voices out there. That, paired some of the best house and electro beats created, you have some amazing dance tracks to help you live your life.

Right off the bat, Naté was just the nicest. She is stunning and has such a great energy. I couldn’t wait to sit down and chat with her. I knew a little about her but was really looking forward to asking her some questions to learn more. I was ready to ask her about her current projects as well as new albums slated for 2011 release. I also wanted to ask her about her role in the gay community and why she finds success in our market (besides the fact that we love a good diva).

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Rihanna Sizzles In Bold “Interview” Pics

In: Donovan, Fashion, Music

For Interview Magazine’s December/January issue, a short red-haired Rihanna works it out for fashion photographer Mikael Jansson. Rihanna oozes sex appeal from a bygone decade. I’m thinking the 70s, given the styling choices. Those are some sexy shades she’s sporting on the cover. When I first saw her cover for the holiday issue of Marie Claire I loved it. But in light of these new pics, they seem rather boring when compared to Interview’s fashion editorial.

The Bajan beauty doesn’t only pose in fabulous couture for the issue, but she’s also interviewed by her labelmate and friend, Kanye West. Boy, did the record label score in killing two birds with one stone with this promotional effort. The piece Kanye did for Interview Magazine is titled “The Colorful Art of Being Rihanna“. As a writer/rapper/producer he is exceptional, as an interviewer… not so much. He doesn’t really ask anything profound and sticks to a color-by-numbers interviewing line of questioning. Given they are friends, I would’ve expected something a bit juicier. Perhaps Rihanna’s people put some really tight restrictions on Interview and Kanye before the interview.

view more pics from Interview Magazine after the jump

With “Burlesque” opening in theaters today and most likely bombing, I’ve moved my attention towards the next upcoming music-themed flick. The buzz was so bad, I pawned off the screening pass for Christina’s flick to Patrick. LOL. Gwyneth Paltrow’s starring vehicle, “Country Strong” opens next month, but given that Paltrow is popping up everywhere lately, you’d think it was opening this weekend. The country pic also stars “Gossip Girl” star, Leighton Meester and my most recent weekly crush, Garrett Hedlund.

Meester plays Chiles Stanton (love the name), a beauty queen turned aspiring star on the country music circuit, while Hedlund portrays a gifted young singer/songwriter (Beau Hutton) involved with a fallen country superstar played by Paltrow. Complications arise when romantic entanglements and old demons threaten to derail them all. Sounds like an episode of “Dallas“.

In one of the many musical numbers featured in the movie, Meester and Hedlund’s characters perform a duet on “Give Into Me“. Leighton’s pretty and fragile voice perfectly mixes in with Hedlund’s deep, manly husky voice. The track is a far cry from Leighton’s pop-tart offerings last year when she released “Somebody To Love“. She also collaborated with Cobra Starship on their mega-hit “Good Girls, Gone Bad”.

watch Leighton and Garrett’s duet after the jump

After a ho-hum episode last week, “Glee” showed tonight why they’re one of the best shows on the air right now. The producers ability to balance comedy, musical numbers, and address relevant topics brilliantly all in an hour is bar none. When “Glee” shows its heart, you can’t help but fall into the big puddle of the gooeyness it serves.

Even though tonight marked Carol Burnett’s debut as Sue Sylvester’s Nazi-hunting mom, it actually wasn’t the main focus of tonight’s episode. Instead of relying heavily on November sweeps’ stunt casting, “Glee” told an amazing story with its regular cast members. It was all about character development and a natural progression for a couple of the cast’s season-long storylines. After a slow start, I was riveted to the remainder of the episode and found myself VERY emotionally invested. In lamest terms, I was one misty-eyed mo-fo.

Love was definitely the theme of tonight’s episode. Seriously, it seemed like everyone was getting married. News co-anchors were getting hitched, Carole and Burt were finally tying the knot, Sue was officiating a ceremony between herself and even Sam got down on one knee to give Quinn a promise ring. Even with the underlying message of bullying and homophobia, in the end it was all about love and being there for each other and treating others with respect.

watch this week’s performances after the jump

Movie Review: Love & Other Drugs

In: Movies, Patrick

Such a good movie! I really didn’t know much about the film going into it, except for the fact that it had something to do with Viagra going into it, and that Jake Gyllenhaal and Anne Hathaway were the leads. That was enough to make me see it. Remember when they played a dysfunctional couple in Brokeback Mountain together? Well, here’s a little synopsis of their second project together:

Maggie (Hathaway) is an alluring free spirit who won’t let anyone – or anything – tie her down. But she meets her match in Jamie (Gyllenhaal), whose relentless and nearly infallible charm serve him well with the ladies and in the cutthroat world of pharmaceutical sales. Maggie and Jamie’s evolving relationship takes them both by surprise, as they find themselves under the influence of the ultimate drug: love. Based on Jamie Reidy’s memoir “Hard Sell: The Evolution of a Viagra Salesman.”

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